A pocket guide offering concise, authoritative advice on understanding, buying, and enjoying the six classes of tea, with identification and location photography throughout, for casual tea drinkers and tea connoisseurs alike. With a dizzying number of gourmet teas available (rivaling fine wine in number and cost), the need for reliable, concise information on understanding, buying, and enjoying the world’s best teas is greater than ever before. An informative, detailed, and passionate resource for tea drinkers, covering aspects from production to storing to tea culture around the word. With sections on steeping the perfect cup, essential utensils, and a buyer’s guide, alongside identification photography, The Tea Enthusiast’s Handbook offers a singular brew of both practical know-how and rich detail about this ancient tradition.

Additional Information:

  • Authors: Mary Lou Heiss, Robert J. Heiss
  • Pages: 208
  • Paperback
  • Size: approx. 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches
Published: 2010